S&P 500   3,783.28 (-0.20%)
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QQQ   282.00 (-0.05%)
AAPL   146.32 (+0.15%)
MSFT   249.20 (+0.13%)
META   138.87 (-1.01%)
GOOGL   101.40 (-0.24%)
AMZN   121.12 (+0.02%)
TSLA   240.46 (-3.60%)
NVDA   131.97 (+0.23%)
NIO   16.10 (-3.77%)
BABA   84.42 (+0.37%)
AMD   67.86 (-0.06%)
T   15.95 (-0.87%)
MU   54.74 (+1.45%)
CGC   3.06 (-2.55%)
F   12.50 (+1.13%)
GE   67.51 (-0.04%)
DIS   100.72 (-0.71%)
AMC   7.34 (-6.26%)
PYPL   94.01 (+1.31%)
PFE   44.11 (-0.79%)
NFLX   237.30 (-1.43%)
S&P 500   3,783.28 (-0.20%)
DOW   30,273.87 (-0.14%)
QQQ   282.00 (-0.05%)
AAPL   146.32 (+0.15%)
MSFT   249.20 (+0.13%)
META   138.87 (-1.01%)
GOOGL   101.40 (-0.24%)
AMZN   121.12 (+0.02%)
TSLA   240.46 (-3.60%)
NVDA   131.97 (+0.23%)
NIO   16.10 (-3.77%)
BABA   84.42 (+0.37%)
AMD   67.86 (-0.06%)
T   15.95 (-0.87%)
MU   54.74 (+1.45%)
CGC   3.06 (-2.55%)
F   12.50 (+1.13%)
GE   67.51 (-0.04%)
DIS   100.72 (-0.71%)
AMC   7.34 (-6.26%)
PYPL   94.01 (+1.31%)
PFE   44.11 (-0.79%)
NFLX   237.30 (-1.43%)
S&P 500   3,783.28 (-0.20%)
DOW   30,273.87 (-0.14%)
QQQ   282.00 (-0.05%)
AAPL   146.32 (+0.15%)
MSFT   249.20 (+0.13%)
META   138.87 (-1.01%)
GOOGL   101.40 (-0.24%)
AMZN   121.12 (+0.02%)
TSLA   240.46 (-3.60%)
NVDA   131.97 (+0.23%)
NIO   16.10 (-3.77%)
BABA   84.42 (+0.37%)
AMD   67.86 (-0.06%)
T   15.95 (-0.87%)
MU   54.74 (+1.45%)
CGC   3.06 (-2.55%)
F   12.50 (+1.13%)
GE   67.51 (-0.04%)
DIS   100.72 (-0.71%)
AMC   7.34 (-6.26%)
PYPL   94.01 (+1.31%)
PFE   44.11 (-0.79%)
NFLX   237.30 (-1.43%)
S&P 500   3,783.28 (-0.20%)
DOW   30,273.87 (-0.14%)
QQQ   282.00 (-0.05%)
AAPL   146.32 (+0.15%)
MSFT   249.20 (+0.13%)
META   138.87 (-1.01%)
GOOGL   101.40 (-0.24%)
AMZN   121.12 (+0.02%)
TSLA   240.46 (-3.60%)
NVDA   131.97 (+0.23%)
NIO   16.10 (-3.77%)
BABA   84.42 (+0.37%)
AMD   67.86 (-0.06%)
T   15.95 (-0.87%)
MU   54.74 (+1.45%)
CGC   3.06 (-2.55%)
F   12.50 (+1.13%)
GE   67.51 (-0.04%)
DIS   100.72 (-0.71%)
AMC   7.34 (-6.26%)
PYPL   94.01 (+1.31%)
PFE   44.11 (-0.79%)
NFLX   237.30 (-1.43%)

Options Bears Circle Apparel Stock, Brush Off Analyst Upgrade

Canada Goose Holdings Inc (NYSE:GOOS) is seeing an influx of bearish options activity today, despite the apparel retailer earning an upgrade from Williams Trading to "hold" from "sell." So far, 12,000 puts have been exchanged -- 29 times the volume that is typically seen at this point. Most popular by far is the weekly 10/7 15-strike put, where new positions are being opened.

Although last seen up 0.6% to trade at $17.34, the $20 level rejected the shares just last week. The security is also sitting near its annual low of $16.65, and remains down 52.7% year-to-date. Plus, overhead pressure at the 160-day moving average -- or $24 level -- capped the security's mid-August rally.

GOOS 160 Day

While short sellers have been hitting the exits of late, they still rule the rooster. The 6.45 million shares sold short account for 12% of the equity's available float, or nearly seven days' worth of pent-up buying power.

Now looks like an affordable time to speculate on the security's next move with options. Canada Goose stock's Schaeffer's Volatility Index (SVI) of 57% sits higher than just 19% of readings in its annual range, suggesting these options players are pricing in relatively low volatility expectations at the moment.

10 Recession-Proof Stocks That Will Let You Wait Out the Bear

Whoever coined the expression that patience is a virtue probably never invested money in the equity markets. It can be excruciating to see a stock's price plummet. And that's particularly true when the stock was possibly at all-time highs just one year ago.

Here's the good news. In some cases, the reasons you liked the stock still exist. If that's true, then there's reason to believe that the stock price may recover.

The bad news is there's no way to know for sure when that will be. And anyone who says they do is not telling you the truth.

So what's an investor to do? We believe the answer is to be selective. And right now that means looking at best-in-class stocks that are built to ride out recessions.

In this special presentation, we'll give you seven stocks to consider as you look for safe stocks that give you an opportunity for growth and that pay a dividend for good measure. Here are the 7 recession-proof stocks that will let you wait out this bear market.

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